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Old 07-03-2010, 2:54 PM
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I shot at 50 today. We'll see how it holds up.

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I was not happy with any of my 50 yard targets so they are in the trash. I'll try again tomorrow.

My 25 yard target turned out pretty good though. I know Abesh and that Brno will probably clear it but I'll be on top for a few days at least!! Total score: 112 with bonus points. I'm happy

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Here's my targets from this morning, thought i would try the 25yd with my Ruger SR-22 i use for steel matches, the 8MOA dot covered the hole circle at 25yds but the groups weren't bad. HAVE A GOOD 4TH !!
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Old 07-04-2010, 5:53 PM
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SurfNshoot, was this with a red dot or a scope?
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Nice shooting SurfNshoot with the iron sights ! I would have to wear my reading glasses to see through those..
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Took the Brno out today.
Was a beautiful day with just a nice gentle breeze. I printed 4 targets – 2 color and 2 B/W.
Best score was 103


Here is another one


The different colors (and different shades in B/W) make it challenging to keep a consistent sight picture.

By the way: do you guys use the six-a-clock hold? That is put the front post at the bottom edge of the bull.
I cut the bull in half with my front post – the rounds hit exactly where the top of my front post is.
I almost wanted to use the six-a-clock hold on this target, but it just seems like a bad habit that I do not need to pick up.
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Took the Brno out today.
Was a beautiful day with just a nice gentle breeze. I printed 4 targets – 2 color and 2 B/W.
Best score was 103


Here is another one


The different colors (and different shades in B/W) make it challenging to keep a consistent sight picture.

By the way: do you guys use the six-a-clock hold? That is put the front post at the bottom edge of the bull.
I cut the bull in half with my front post – the rounds hit exactly where the top of my front post is.
I almost wanted to use the six-a-clock hold on this target, but it just seems like a bad habit that I do not need to pick up.
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Old 07-07-2010, 2:32 PM
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By the way: do you guys use the six-a-clock hold? That is put the front post at the bottom edge of the bull.
I cut the bull in half with my front post – the rounds hit exactly where the top of my front post is.
I almost wanted to use the six-a-clock hold on this target, but it just seems like a bad habit that I do not need to pick up.
Abesh. I use the pumpkin on a stick method which I believe is the same as 6 o'clock. I did have to come up about a quarter of the way into the bull (large bull) to hit the center. it may be wrong but its the way i've done it for years and it works for me. I don't like my post covering what I'm trying to hit.
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"Pumpkin on a stick"
That sounds funny, but it does get the point across.

And I guess I should have said six o'clock, and not six-a-clock; I thought that did not sound right.

I think I might try that method next time. The only reason I dont use it is b/c it seems impractical when shooting stuff other than paper, like squirrels.
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so how does this work if i'm shooting a pistol? do i still have to shoot for the 25yd line?
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"Pumpkin on a stick"
That sounds funny, but it does get the point across.

And I guess I should have said six o'clock, and not six-a-clock; I thought that did not sound right.

I think I might try that method next time. The only reason I dont use it is b/c it seems impractical when shooting stuff other than paper, like squirrels.
I like to look the squirrel right in the eye..
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I like to look the squirrel right in the eye..
Another bad habit - you need to focus on the front sight post

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so how does this work if i'm shooting a pistol? do i still have to shoot for the 25yd line?
Do you not have a long gun, or do you just really enjoy a challenge?
If you have a good pistol rest I would think you could do very well from 25 yds.
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i have a 10/22 but it's in pieces ATM due to me being a mod buff.... so all i have is a S&W22s and a 22/45 available.
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Old 07-12-2010, 8:58 AM
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I was expecting to see some more targets from this weekend.
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I have a special target, for my special shooting skills!
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I missed the June Match, but I was working up some new loads for my .220 Swift yesterday so I dragged along the Zastava Z5 to try out some new ammo.

Unfortunately, I only printed up two of the July targets, so I zeroed the .22 lr. using a different target. When I put up the 50 yd. July target I realized that I should have used the black square as the aiming point, but that would have spoiled the targets. Even with my scope set all the way to 9x I couldn't resolve the concentric rings of the targets; they just looked like a low contrast gray blur. Oh well....

Forging ahead anyway, the following targets probably only give a relative notion of the accuracy of the ammo. In my quest for some (cheap!) ammo that is reasonably accurate, the first target was shot with CCI Blazer.

For the second target I shot Winchester Lead Free 26 gr. "Condor Country" tin bullets; not cheap, but I was curious as to how they would perform. At a nominal 1650 ft/sec they're pretty zippy!

The Blazer shot better than the tin Winchesters, but clearly I'm way behind everyone in the monthly matches! I can score better using the RWS ammo, but it costs me more than it does to reload the .220 Swift.





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Old 08-01-2010, 10:03 AM
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Default August Rimfire Match

Congrats to SurfNshoots score of 112 on the 25yd target
and ego 08s score of 95 on the 50 yd target for the July match.

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50 yds scoped/25yds irons or reddot

Take 2 shots at each diamond
touch black outer diamond score 1pt
touch white inner diamond score 3pts

Add up your score and write it at top circled. Post your targets for bragging rights!
Good Luck and straight shootin'!
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Wow, 9 days and no targets!

Congrats to ego and Surf; great shooting.

I was glad to go back to the range today. I put the scope on my Brno Model 4, and took it to zero it.
Also shot at a couple of August targets, and I managed to score 55 on both.





As you can tell, I need to get a new ink cartridge for my printer. Oh and the ammo was Eley HV.

Lets make the most of this weather and go shoot.
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Quick question. What size paper are we to use, 8.5''x11'' or something bigger?
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Quick question. What size paper are we to use, 8.5''x11'' or something bigger?
The file says that it's is natively 8.5"x11".
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Quick question. What size paper are we to use, 8.5''x11'' or something bigger?
Regular 8.5''x11'' printer paper is what I use.

Good luck, and hope to see your target soon.
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Regular 8.5''x11'' printer paper is what I use.

Good luck, and hope to see your target soon.
ok thanks. I am going to try and get out this weekend to shoot.
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berg, I count your score as at least 68, probably more. The third target in the second row sure looks like a six to me for certain, and there are several others that look like the white diamond got nicked!
Ok I guess I was being too conservative. So if I count the "nicks" it looks closer to a score of 72, wow that's better than I expected.

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Shot these targets yesterday. I did some trigger work on my Zastava Z5 .22 lr. since my previous shoots. Shot at 50 yards with Simmons 3x9x32 .22 mag. AO scope. Ammo was Winchester 333 bulk round nose. The gun seems to like this stuff better than some of the ammo in the previous matches.

When I went to post this I saw that we were supposed to take two shots at each diamond. Ouch..... I only took one shot at each! Must have still been thinking about the July match. When you get old the first thing to go are the legs, and I forget what the second thing is. But I did shoot two targets, and the cumulative score is 73. Works for me.



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berg, I count your score as at least 68, probably more. The third target in the second row sure looks like a six to me for certain, and there are several others that look like the white diamond got nicked!
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Wow Rip!! That is impressive with bulk ammo and a 3x9. Good shooting.
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Ok I guess I was being too conservative. So if I count the "nicks" it looks closer to a score of 72, wow that's better than I expected.

Berg,

If the lead marks of the bullet breaks the line, then it counts as a hit. Radial tears do not count. I calculated 74 points based on this. Good shooting!
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I went out today to try my hand with the August Rimfire Match. Both targets were shot in the prone position at 50 yards with bipod and rear bag support. For the first time since I started shooting a year ago, I saw that my heart beats were causing the crosshairs to jump. I had a bit of fun shooting in between beats.

My first attempt:

Note that the top upper left diamond was ALMOST the same hole! Total was 68 points.

My second attempt was worse at 62 points.


All in all, I fired about 100 rounds of Wolf Match Target ammunition and then decided it was time to go home. It was getting hot, too.
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Shot two targets yesterday. Scores were 51 and 50. Savage Mk II BTVS using Federal Automatch @ 50 yds. Wind was light, temp around 80 degrees. Still struggling with the rifle, seems not to like any ammo that I use, lots of flyers. The Automatch seems to be the best so far. Tried Wolf MT, Aguila Target, Eley Target, RWS. All had worse results than the AM.

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Izzy, I know what you mean about the flyers. My buddy and I have Savage TR's and have noticed the random flyers. My rifle has been getting better as I shoot it more. Just letting the barrel get dirty.

Here are my 25 and 50 yard groups I shot on Sunday.

50 yard gun/ammo: Savage TR with 16x SS scope. Bipod with rear bag. SK standard plus.

25 yard Gun/ammo: Mossberg 44us off front and rear bags. Fiocchi standard velocity.



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Shot two targets yesterday. Scores were 51 and 50. Savage Mk II BTVS using Federal Automatch @ 50 yds. Wind was light, temp around 80 degrees. Still struggling with the rifle, seems not to like any ammo that I use, lots of flyers. The Automatch seems to be the best so far. Tried Wolf MT, Aguila Target, Eley Target, RWS. All had worse results than the AM.
My Savage hated the Wolf Match Targets but shot alright with the Federal Gold Match. On the other hand, my friend's rifle hated all ammo except the cheap CCI's. Saved him a bunch of ammo money though.
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My Savage hated the Wolf Match Targets but shot alright with the Federal Gold Match. On the other hand, my friend's rifle hated all ammo except the cheap CCI's. Saved him a bunch of ammo money though.
Well I cleaned the *&^%$ out of the rifle, put a small washer between the action pillars and action bolts and slowly tightened the action bolts and all of a sudden hit the sweet spot and now she's shootin lights out with (wouldn't you know) Federal Bulk. Seems the rifle likes HV Hollow Point Ammo. Haven't shot new targets yet but will this coming Monday.
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Is there a scope setting (maximum) allowed at the 50yd distance?
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Don't think so. I use an 8-32x42 BSA Platinum Target scope. Still gotta make the shot with your heart beat moving the reticles.
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Well I cleaned the *&^%$ out of the rifle, put a small washer between the action pillars and action bolts and slowly tightened the action bolts and all of a sudden hit the sweet spot and now she's shootin lights out with (wouldn't you know) Federal Bulk. Seems the rifle likes HV Hollow Point Ammo. Haven't shot new targets yet but will this coming Monday.
I know that type of frustration. My Anschutz (the one I used to shoot this target with) had loose stock screws. For 6 months, I never even thought about checking it. Some matches I did very good and other matches I did okay. The rifle always did poorly on paper but I made up the deficient with the steel targets. The lowest point was when I went to last place at one of Bill's matches. I was ready to throw the rifle out the window, onto the street, and let a truck run it over. Then my friend suggested checking the stock screws. I tighten them to 20 in-lb, after testing it at 15 in-lb. My groups tighten up to 0.5 inches at 50 yards just like that! Before, I was shooting not where I was aiming. It was frustrating as hell and there was no consistency to the madness enough for me to correct my shots when shooting paper.
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Shot another target this morning. Wind was up a little (5 MPH) but not gusting. Again shot with the Savage BTVS .22lr with Mueller 6.5-25x42 scope and Federal 375 Bulk. Discovered that there is a difference in the Federal 550 and 375 bulk ammo. The 550 groups were nearly twice the size of the 375. Probably common knowledge but in case someone doesn't know they are different rounds. Anyway score was 58 maybe even 60 but not sure about the center diamond, second row so scored it lower.

Now that the rifle is shooting great we need to work on the shooter's skills. At least the frustration is over. This rifle is SOOOOOOOOOOOO sensitive to the action screw torque it is unnerving but now a good shooter.

Next month (hate those 10 day waits) will have a new USSG (Zastava) Z5 in 22lr to shoot in the match. Will be interesting to see the difference from the Savage.

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Hey Izzy, it looks like the upper hole on the first target in the fourth row clipped the white diamond as well. The profile of the white diamond is definitely altered at the top . Looks like a 60 or 62. Anyway that’s a pretty big improvement over your previous target.

Glad to hear you’re getting a Z5, I think you’ll really like it. The quality of the machining, bluing and finish on the metal is really outstanding; trigger guard housing machined from a solid piece of steel, etc. The bolt on mine was a little stiff at first, but worked in nicely before very long. The finish on the stock on mine is mediocre at best, but I plan to re-sand it and refinish it when I feel like it, not a big project. The trigger was really awful, but easily adjusted following instructions in this post at RimfireCentral:

www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=277567

Adjusting the trigger made a huge improvement in how well I can shoot the thing!

Extra magazines were available from Cabela’s for 3 for $25. Magazines say for Remington Model 5, same gun in an earlier incarnation.

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